Your baby is growing all the time and along with their character AND hopefully their language. In second year of life your child is becoming more independent, they are beginning to understand more of your dialog when you speak to them and using many new words! It is likely that your child’s receptive language (what they understand) and their expressive language (their verbal and gestural expressions) are at a miss match. Children often understand far more than they say at this age and are learning more and more every day! Here are a few things you can hope to see in your baby’s second year for language development.Read More
Are you a working momma struggling to leave your baby for travel or work events? Our guest contributor Melissa shares her experience as a working mom and tips for making the time apart from baby a little bit easier!Read More
A heartwarming story of sweet Goldie’s journey with Fibular Hemimelia. Meg gives us an account of her struggles with the diagnosis and amputation surgery that led to her joy in the journey. She also shares tips to support a momma dealing with news of their baby’s disability.Read More
I used to look forward to the weekends, but now I look forward to preschool days. There is something about those preschool mornings that yields a sense of routine. Preschool mornings mean an excited boy and a happy momma. They also almost guarantee an awesome afternoon nap when we return.
Here are 5 things I have learned as a preschool mom.Read More